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H4' IEDOEB fBffii j4i,svxu SEfUMICAX, ( DAIL" MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER D arias 16, 1900. flfaysvilla Weather. "9Vtaat'Mflj' Ek Expected fv - Next Tblrtyelx Heur. TIIE LEDQBR Here the CODE. .'thlrtv-ti- rAin; JH t or snow; Black ABOvw-tn- lll waduee grew. Slack Bnira'ATii-ti.i'twill be; If Black' I net shown no Change well see. KFThe above feneatU art made for a period d Bftie-BA- 9BB While streamer I Kn x heun, ending at S o'clock tomorrow ! : - t 4k WrA W9"tf you have friend vUUlng veu, or if ieu art jeing en a viiU,pteate drep'ui a note te that effect. Mr. Qeorge Ort Js at Peebles, O. Mr. James II. ll'all left yesterday for a trip Seuth. Mr. Ferd Ilochinger has returned from Cincinnati. Miss Clemmle Tolle is visiting rela- lives in Bollevuo. Mrs. It. B. Level is en a visit te friends in Chicago. Blue Stone atlChoneweth'fl, Sce Kay's Una fine Chocolate Candles. Call en Mrs. L. V. Davis for bargains in trimmed millinery. Gall and sce , the prottlest line of Lamps in the market at Schatzmann's Samuel L. Ishmael and Miss Nettle Veach of Lewis county wero married Saturday at Portsmouth,., Mrs. L. V. Davis will display en Wednesday, Ladles' Day, a new and beautiful line of Mllllnery. The ball game botween the West End team and the Minerva team resulted in a score of 20 te 6' in favor of Maysvllle. JSTThe ladies are Invited te Inspect an entirely new line of trlmmed millinery and hats at greatlv reduced prices at Mrs. O. B. Stitt's Ladies' Day, Wednesday, October 17th. The marriage of Miss Annle Marshall Newell of this city and Mr. J. L. Bland of Shannen will take place at the horrid of the brlde Wednesday, Ne vember 7th. We always appreciate the patronage of the ladles. On .Ladles' Day we will offer them special attractions In Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Perfumery, Paper, Envolepos, Ac. Please call and try our new Porfume. J. Jas. Weed & Sen, Druggists. roady-te-wo'ar TFnilY'S nAY! w? ' mm mmmm.mmill, - r, .rr .,1 -i m , DIVINE WEATHER. Six Thousand People Greet the Compare It with ethor local papers and then say, if you can, that Tiik Ledger isn't the best, and that it doesn't berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack If given give the most for the menoy. Can't as neon as the first Indication of the disease appear. you afford te have It left at your Price, 15 cents per box. Sample free at J. Jas. for a month? Mr. Hal Curran Weed A Hen, Druiglst. will be glad te book your order. There are women who are cemoly; When you cannot sleep for coughing It Is hardly thore are women who are homely, though necessary that any one should tell you that you PRICE ONE CENT. be careful hew the latter thing you say. need a, few doses of Cnamberlsln's Cough Remedy There are "women who are wealthy; te allay the Irritation of the threat and make thore are wemon whd are healthy; their sleep, possible. Try It. Fer sale by J. Jas. Weed . A Sen, Druggists. are women who will always' have: there way. There are women who are (truth-fdNever has our stock been se large, there are women who are youthful never has our stock been bb complete was there evor any woman who was old? with goods that go te make handsome Tnerd are w'dmen who are sainted; there bridal presents. We will make a special' y 'are women who are painted: there are offer of 20 per cent, oft of overy nrtlcle Ray's Chocolates, fresh from factory. wemon who are worth there welght In in stock rather than move the goods. geld. There are weme'n whoaretbndor; Murpht, the Joweler. Fer sprains, swelling And. lameness there Is thore are women who are i slonder; there nothing se geed as Chamberlain's Fain Halm. Question AniirereO. are wemon who are'largeandfatand red. Try It. Fer sale by J. Jas. Weed & Sen, Druggist. . .. ... ... Yes, 9 There are women whepre married; there any August Flower still has the largest sale et medicine In . the are women wne uave tarried; there are re ethers and grandmother! clTlllzcd., world of Your, HORRIBLE FIND. nslagt Dever. thought women who are talkless but they are anything else for Indigestion or Biliousness A new remedy for blllleusneM is new en sale at J. Jas. Weeds A Hen ' drugstore. It Is called Chamresl-donce AU new novelties In Millinery at Mrs, .L. V.Davis's. Blue Stene at Cheneweth's. . l; mmarm . Gallant Rough' Rider. dead. . A Man's Bedy Found LADIES' DAY WEDNESDAY. Senater W. II. Cox returned te Cincin- On Octebor 17th special display of trimmed hats, also new line of ready- - Frankfort this morning. 'Mr. JeBcph A. Perrle was in nati yesterday en business. Hats and fbney veiling, at Mris. M. Third and Market street. . Archdeacon's, Miss Florence Darnell of Nepton is visiting Mrs. Themas A. Keltli. Miss Anna Frank has returned from a visit to relatives, at Cincinnati. PICKPOCKETS YESTERDAY. A Seme Citizens Rolieved of Sums of Meney. Snug James. Kennard of Kennnard was a r in Maysvllle yesterday and while standing en Sutten street enjoyMiss Florence Smith of Buffalo, N. ing the speech of Hen. A. E. Wlllsen Y., is the guest of Mrs. Leulo January. during the afternoon was relieved of Mr. Charles J. Moere, wife and daugh- ?20 in money. ter left for Chicago yesterday te visit The thief unbreoched Mr. Kennard's revolver, threw the leads In his pocket relatlTes. in case Mr. Kennard discovering his Mrs. L. O. Andersen of North Middlo-tew- less would sheet some bystander, and Is visiting her sister, Mrs. then reached for the money. C. Curran. The case was repertod and the police went te work. Mr. Percy Holiday, who has been In S. W. Cincinnati for soine time, came up last Mr. standlug Nash of Cottagevlllo, while in the crowd, also had night te visit relatlvcs. his' pocket looted of $15.50. row evening. Mr. Jacob Wermald caught a man in lndeed it was unreasonable te expect Mrs. M. W. Coulter left this morning The Club hopes te have a that he should make anything in the geed speakers bofero the number of for a visit te her nlece, Mrs. T. A. the act ofgeing through his pocket, campaign but Mr. Wermald had no menoy for nature of a speech, as his schoduled closes. Ferris, at Waxahatchle, Texas. . t him and he let the thief go. time, gave him less than fifteen min"Fer three days Btid nights I suffered agony un'Messrs. James II. Sallce, L. M. Mc utes at this point. told (rem an attack of cholera merbus brought en Carthey and J. I). Dye left this morning THEY TOOK BOTH. says It, E. Lewtlier, Clerk What he said in that brief space, how- by eating cucurub-rs.to attend the Masonic Grand Ledge at of theDlstriet Court, Centervllle, Iowa. "I thought reever, was of great Impert te Kentucki-ans- . I should surely die, and tried ft dozen different Louisville. Mr. E. II. Binzel, in his medicines, but all' te no purpose. I sent for a bet turn fren Beaver Dam, Wis., is The Fourth Ward Tigers Last Night tie of Chamberlain's Celic, Cholera and Dlarrluva in Leuisvillo te attend the meet. ' Beat a Crazy Quilt. He implored them te proserve invie ltemedy and three doses relieved me entirely." ing. late tbe sacred rightef suffrage accorded This remedy Is for sale by J. Jas. Weed t Ben, Druggists hats see the, styles Fer te every man, be he Democrat, RepubliCaptain Husscll's Fourth Warders .at Mrs. L. V. Davis's. last night took two games from the Sec- can, Populist or what-ne- t the inalienaHOW IS THIS? ble right te cast, his vete and te have wero three, additions te the ond Warders There Second IPard. Baptist Church last night. Sorvices that vete ceuntod as it was cast. U3 T. M. Kussell Hi Bourbon County Cemes te the vtenlglit at 7 o'clock. 131 131 Kackley...... He dwelt briefly en the modern "fad" 107 M18 Daly Frent' "Constitutionally." The Hayswood 8eminary purchased of Imperialism, and shewod the utter 113 118 Jeffersen ji handsemo Ellington Piane from F. 130 80 Davis fallacy of such a claim. F. Gcrbrlch, the Piane Dealer, last 610 Oil It is safe te say that the prosence of Parlt Gazette. week. North Middlotewn poeplo have alFourth Ward Tigers. Governer Roesovolt, net only In Mays- ways been a law unto themselves. Net 180 13S Archdeacon a native of Ireland, and Jehn Sersen, 171 123 vlleo bnt throughout Kentucky at large, only have they had all of the common Fist Cenrad Knauss, a natlve of Germany, 181 110 KInsler will have a wonderful Influence in law that they wahted, but a great deal have been declared citizens of the 160 Hi Watklns of uncommon law. Under the old Con118 137 J. B. Bussell United States by the County Court. meulding opinion. stitution, North Middletown had a It has given the Republicans new charter which virtually made that little 720 757 We dosire patrons te understand that 611 010 glven for cash Rebate Stamps heart, while the Goebelized Domecracy village a Circuit Court District, allowpurchases and riot for payments en acing the Pollce Judge te summons a is correspondingly depressed. 85 107 counts. Kkiiatk Stamp Merchants. His tour through this state has been Grand Jury that could Indict a man, then empanel a Petit Jury, that could The Rollicking Rubes won't de a eno of marked triumph, and WANTED. find him guilty and sontenco him te the thing te the All Sorts tonight. with the pessiblo exception of State Penitentiary at Frankfort. This Old Turkeys Hens and Toms. Bring your old stock te us at once as we de When you have no appetite, de net rellnti your Ellzabothtewu, he has been received was as great as the Ephcslans. But at feed ami dull mftereatltiK you net want them mixed with the young you nrftl feeldose of CUauiberlatn's inny knew that with that marked courtesy due a dis- the present time they net only have the a Htemach and Hurkeys later In the soasen. Come and Liver Tablets, l'rlcu, 25 cents. Samples free at J. Constitutional law, but semo uncensti tinguished guest. BniaiiTMAN Bnes. see us. Jas. Weed A Sen's drugstore. tutienal law, which would cause people In net se well balanced te be filled Previous te the Governer's arrival with this city he had dellvored seven vanity and hlghforleoting carryings-espeeches during the day, beginning at of every description. Recently, the Marshal of the place, who Is William Lexington as early as 8 o'clock a. m. Jones, fermorly a brovet Jailer of At Ashland at 1 o'clock he was gro'etod Bourbon, has been putting colerod men by an Immouse crowd, made up mostly in the town bastlle until they would WEDNESDAY, of the sturdy workers in the mines and lay out thelr taxes, and your undo coon that ewes poll tax te the town, and has mills of that county. OCTOBER At' Greenup and at Yanceburg he also no property out of which the amount can 'be 'made, is harnessed up by the had large crowds, the eno at the latter Marshal and put In durance vile. 17th. place exceeding any ever assembled at Let it be said, by way of showing the And for everv ethor day we are propared te show the, largest, most varled the capital of the State of Lewis. Marshal's suporier discriminating sand choicest stock of Dry Goods , Furnishings. Faney Goods, Notions, Carpets, Cloaks, ttcc. ever crathored under eno reef in this community. Sounds boastful, The crowd in attendance hore is powers, that he does net keep Mr. doesn't ltT 'But it's the truth ivortheless. We ask veu but te examlne our Blackman in the cage during the day stocks, cemparo values and pricea and then Judge whether you shall buy here or variously estimated at from 5,000 te time, when he would have te be fed, znet. wo-rgiau te snow you uireugn even n you uen-- i maue a purcnase. ie 7,000, and it was eno of the most but requires him te ropert at sundown imake this Ladies' Day "a memorable BARGAINDAY and orderly assemblages ever nhd sleep under lock and key, where he can be safe from an nttack of chlcken WE OFFER TO EVERY BUYER OF A JACKET. gathered in Maysvllle. cholera. After the sun has arisen nnd Notwithstanding the surly domeanor COLLARETTE OR GAPE A DISCOUNT OF TEN the morning is well aired he lets the and half concealed mutterings of semo prisoner out. PER CENT. of the Geebelites In which Tkk Lku-aIt is said that eno colerod man has written te the United States Atternoy Our stoek of Cloaks, this seaspn comprises the vary latest creations at the is sorry te say some lowest tirices. All prlces marked' in plain ilgures. This offer is open for Ladles'. took an oager part thore was net about his case. ' Day only. the slightest disturbance of any kind. Dera It Van Te liny CluaiY These fellows can be forgiven, perhaps, A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right but you en the ground that Goebolism is dying cure the want something that will relieve and mere severe and dangerous results of hard; but it will- be a long time dead. threat and lung troubles. What shall you deT . . .r Qe te a warmer and mere regular climate? Yea, win de ieuna tnreugn our enure stock. Sneclals In the Domestlo Depart- rnent will be Masonyllle and'Lonsdale Bleachetl cottons ai7ttd anu inaian ueaa Hen. W, A. Galnes, colored, of Cov- If possible; it net pessiblo for yeuthen In either 'Canten Flannel atSXp instead of 10?. Call and, see us ovett if you don't want te ington will speak at 7:30 tomorrow case take the only remedy that has been Introduced In all civilised countries with succett In seruujr. ovenlng at Scott Chapel. vere threat and lung troubles, "Bescbee's Oer There are thousands of people suffering man Syrup." trieteuly,bejlsandstmulateetbe - Aafer mmm v m ww Li a visit te his Mr. I. N. West of Myers is here en son, Mr. O. T. West. slght-soe- n Han--na- h health and strength and Internal cleanliness, which fellows the ube of Syrup of the have net It was Teddy's Day I The body of Saunders Rawllngs, 35, Figs, Is unknown tethe few whomedicines e progressed beyond And a bright and beautiful eno it was found about two miles from and the cheap substitutes some times offered but never accepted bv the was, showing that all Nature smiled In Rlnge's in Fleming county yesterday Buv the genuine. Manufactured morning in the weeds about 50 feet Dy me caurernia . Fig Syrup Ce. . unison with the occasion. from a lonely path. If the, drenching rain which fell In The flesh ou the face and skull had SCORED THE PREACHERS. 1800 during the visit of Mr. Bryan was been eaten away by animals, and the a precursor of the terrible "swamping" body had ovidently been dragged from Did Actdr Frank J. Keenan of "A of the "Bey Orator" that followed at the path. It was found by Bert Emmens, whose Peor Relation" Cempqny. the hands of the voters a few woeks attontlen was called te it by his dogs. later, certainly yesterday's sunshine Is Rawllngs wad a stranger In the comMany will remember Mr. Frank J. an Indication of the brilliant victory munity, and wad single. It was net known hew long he was Keenan, who appeared at the Washingthat Is te fellow in the wake of Repubton Opera-heus- o last season in "A Peor misslug, as he had no home. licanism next month. It is net known whether he died nat- Relation." Colenol Roesovolt's special train did urally, was murdered or' committed At Paris, Tenn., a few evenings since Mr. F. J. Keenan, made a sensational net reach the city until 4:15, but the suicide. larie cfewd was entertained for mere He was identified by a bettlo of speech bofero the curtain in which he scored soyerely the Ministers and . than two hours by a speech from Hen. medicine en his porsen. Churchmen for indiscriminate condemAugustus E. Wlllsen of Louisville, A Card. nation of theaters. The manufacturers of Banner Salve He said that poeplo were taught Ged's who, by the way, Is a Maysvllle boy. have authorized the undersigned te guar- great truths by plays and players in ,. Mr. WUlsen's speech is said, by these antee It for burns, cuts, sores, ulcerB, tetter, eczema and all skin diseases. Your who heard it te have been eno of the money back If It doesn't de all It claims. ages when there were no books te read or Preachers te hear; that most logical, instructive and entertain J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. plays had deno mere te establish miracle a love ing evor delivered In this city. for the gentle Christ1 than any ether CIVIL LIBERTY CLUB. eno agehcy; He held his large audience enrapHe said that geed plays were dismintured for two hours and forty-fiv- e couraged and the elevation of the utes, and only gave way upon the ar- Sardis Cemes in Line With a Mem- stage retarded by geed people, who bership of Eighty-fou- r. rival of Governer Roesovolt's special held thorn selves aloof from or In antrain, the approach or which was tagonism te every conscientious and grocted by such an outburst as was The people of Sardis are right in line Christian actor who sought to preach a perhaps never heard in this city be- and have organized for a lively cam- sermon in laughter and tears. "A Peor Relation," with Mr. Keenan paign. fore, v At an enthusiastic meeting Saturday as leading man, will be seen at the The local arrangements were admlr-abl- night a Civil Liberty Club was organ- Opera-hous- e . seen. and as the train stepped opposite ized with eighty-fou- r members. Hetr's Thlnf the platform the pollce clcared. a Mr. R. M. Marshall was elected PresiWe offer One Hundred Dollars Hewarf for any dent and Mr. Jorerno Applogate Secre- case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's and Govorner Roosevelt was Catarrh Cure. led te the stand and introduced by tary. F. J. Cn stsv & Ce., Preps., Teledo, O. Addresses wcromade'by' Messrs. W. Lede-eh- . We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney Editor Davis of The O. Halbert of Vanceburgl W. D. Cochfor the last IS years and believe him perfectly Within the limits allotted te the ran Of this city and R. M. Marshall. honorable In all business transactions and finanIn- meeting will be "held again tomor- cially able te carry out any obligation made by A Govorner It was hardly expected old-time, in the Weeds THAT JOYFUIj FKELINO Near Fleminrjsburrj. With the exhilarating sense of renewed Doctors were scarce, and they eeldetn heard Of' Appendicitis, Nervous prostration en Heart Failure, etc They used August Flower te cleaa eut the system and Btep fermentation at undigested feed, regulate the action of the liver, the nervous and erganla acUen of the system, and that Is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and ether aches. Yeu only need a few doses of Green's August Flower, In liquid form, te make you satisfied' there, Is nothing serious the matter with you. Fer sale by J. O. 1'ecer. Mlm-ulate CORRECTLY FASHIONED ZZZtZ m m CLOTHES -- '41 VbV.! J WM. amsW. GENTLEMEN. EHD Ilcntly te wear and warranted te fit. We say te you frankly that there are no lctter clothes made in the world, than we carry. "With us you find Adlcr Bres., nnd ether-notegoods. hih class mitiiufucturers' in nnd AVe earnestly ask you te come let us show you the SUITS and OVERCOATS the above named firms made fbr us for this Season's wear. Stciii-Blecl- i. Our Yeung Men's Department. Is this Season better equipped te outfit Yeuiijr Men from 14 te 20 years of nge than ever befbre in the history of our business. We are encouraged, owing te the. iltct that the young men of this city and surrounding country nre looking te us for everything that is fushloiiableniidsjiappyiJiCIethJngniid Furnishing. Hats, Shoes. We knew they appreciate the pains, that we take in lining them out and making such alterations' as will improve the' lit and nppennwicp of the garments, which we de cheerfully and without extra charge, of course. their firm. Whelt-Kule WEST&THtiAX, Wholesale Druggists, Teledo, O. Druggists, Teledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the bleed and mucous surfaces of the system. Price. 75c. p.r bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free, Hall's family Pills are the best. Waluine, Kinnan & Marvin. Dl Our Entire Stock of step-plu- g ready-te-we- ar Weddin A I . Gifted STERLINQ DIAMONDS, SILVER, C, CUT GLASS, BRIC-A-BRA- ONYX TABLES, are-onl- our store offers peculiar advantages for the selection of bridal presents. many ether beautiful things. Yeu will find that and Merchandise, Beginning attheTep, Namely, the Hat, te the Very Boteom, the Shoes, is New Ready for Your Inspection! THE HOME STORE. evory-wher- e, BALLENGER, Jeweler and Optician. BECHINGER&CO. THE BEE ft HIVE: n The Ladies of Masen And its sister counties are assured a welcome at our store the 17th. Net solely te buy are they invited but te leek. The best exponents of quality and style will be found upon our counters with prices right, of course. 'IfVl Fer Ladies' Day e ropre-sentatlv- o AS A SOUVENIR - i Wt Of the occasion we will present te every Lady making a $5 purchase a handsome A mere perfect panorama belt buckle. than the present of the newest and best in Weman's, apparel cannot be found in Mays-vill- e. This store is style's best school. efll-cla- ls 4 .'11 BARGAINS GALORE a . THE IMPORTANT rest. -- . . -- THINGS'm Price, quality, assortment we can assure you. &, 4..v aV Te confirm this statement we need only the opportunity give it te us and we'll do the ti J, vital MVJLllftU: WvW&P SMrSftMtE tissues te destroy the germ disease, but allays cvea easy expectoration, gives a geed Btchfa rat, aadwire the, paUeut'. Try one bottle Keeewmeeded many year by all drug-to- t la the world. Fer sale by J, O, reeer. ( 4' seisr. r. w&4 - J'.tl" ' , s " ,1 ' N " $ ihi y-i- .' " JOT I V J '1 ' ' 'C " ' .V ? . - PUBLI ctffc22 LEDGER feXCXPT S OK DAT. JULY FOVKTIt, T1IANKSOIT1MQ AND CHIUKTMAS. qgsBgssssgsmgsasgBssgsssmm CAN'T CHANGE THESE FIGURES. On the 7th of November, 1899, an election for Governer was held in this state; the vote being-Tay- ler, Republican Goebel, Democrat THE COMMONWEALTH. GOEBEL ON THE STAND. T. H. N. SMITH, DENTIST. Geld Caps.......,.(J te Mtjt set of Teth...... llrldga Werlc . . . Jp Fllim 1 cth .....jsvc up 5- '. llrether of the Murdered flen ArcnliiRt Henry oner LyhiK en Man ? sn . ' v&G.J&v0 nnpri r (tati Nix PtiiHe leilper Building, --Ve. K Etut Third Street, MayfcMt, Ky YeuUcr VrU- a Sick lied. Tetl- - mMK Extracting Teeth..- Extra-tin?-. -- ....,&c e 2e.M West Second Strtet, tiext te 3T. E, Chinch, Smith, Mavtvlllt, Kv. w ( W.. ' I Xhr?e SmUu ,.......................... 73 DELIVERED BY CARRIES. ......... sa Ctnh Pr SebUi JjyaN te Collector at end of Menth. Ymr. ,.............. Menth ..- BURSCRIPTIOXS-I- X . AD VAXCX. .... . 83 X 1 & 193,714 191,331 ?? Tayler's majority ever Goebel . 2,383 It was because of these figures that two out of three of Mr. Goebel's own Election Commissioners, Judge W. S. Pryer and Captain Wiliiam Eiiis, issued a certificate of election to Mr W. S. Tayler; and it was because of that certificate that Democratic Chief Justice Hazelrigg administered te Mr. Tayler the oath of office and he entered upon his duties as Governer. NO COURT DECISION CAN CHANGE EITHER THESE FIGURES OR THESE FACTS. In addition, there were ether votes cast against Goebel at the election en November 7th, 1899, as follews: Brown, Independent Democrat Blair, Populist . . Georgetown, Ky., Oct. 10. The Youtsey trial was resumed Monday although Youtsey was reported in the same condition ns last week. Ills room doer wns opened nnd his bed pulled up in plain view and hearing of the jury, and while the witnesses were being examined Youtsey could be heard calling his wife a name in n hollow, meaning voice and could be seen tebsing en hiB bed. Of course the feature of the dny waa the testimony of Arthur Goebel, the brother of the murdered man. He told of going te the jail the dny Youtsey was arrested nnd then said: "I put my hand en Mr. Youtsey's right shoulder nnd 6aid, 'Mr. Youtsey, Cel. Campbell has just returned nnd told me what you have said te him nnd I have come ever te hae you tell me what you have told him, te tell me whether it is true, nnd te nek you a few ether questions.' "Mr. Youtsey said: 'Yes, Mr. Goebel, what I have told Cel. Campbell Ladies' X ifl .". y s A LI I I Ltiiiiiiiiiin our-Ceal DEMONSTRATION We beg te extend especial and particular invitation te the ladies of Ladies' Day, who shall visit Maysville, te call at our Shee Emporium and permit us te show them the finest lines of Ladies' Fept-weever exhibited in this market. Will be convincing. Once used will ever after be the only kind' that finds favor. The freedom from dirt, and stone, small nercontage of waste and excellent burning qualities are factors in securing the approval ei coal consumers. Hard Ceal new en hand. po-te- nt . 12,140 3,038 15,178 193,714 208,892 191,331 Total Add Tayler's vote 1 Total against Goebel Goebel's total vote "Holle, Contrail I want to talk te the American workingman." Central "He' at work and very busy, Mr. Bryan; ring off, please." Mr. Bryan FINNIGAN'S BALL. Total majority against Goebel . . 17,561 e". Don't be deceived or humbugged by people who claim the discovery of some hitherto unknown herb or root in swamps, or en some mountain or prairie, for the Opera-houscure of kidney and bladder trouble. Any doctor or druggist will tell you that such October 20th. Feley's Kidney claims are fraudulent. Cure simply contains remedies that are recognized by the most skilful physicians It Ileitis the Lnnen. complaints, se don't as When suffering from a racking ceuBh, be the best for these credulous or foolish. J. Jas. Weed & take a dose of Feley's Heney and Tar. Sen and Armstrong & Ce. The soreness will be relieved and a warm grateful feeling and healing of the parts affected will be experienced. J. Jas. weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. The author of "Fiunigan's Ball" has given an amusing, well told story that Murray fc Mack's excellent company have sncceeded in elaborating into an enjoyable entertainment, meritorious from the fact that it net only has all the elements of music and fun, but its story is coherent and full of well sustained interest. The three acts of the "Ball" have been happily seasoned with new medleys, songs, dances and clever specialty features, all of which are introduced in a perfectly legitimate manner, and the presentation gives a bright, crisp, hilarious farce with the refreshing novelty of a plot, something decidedly new In the comedy Held, and a feature that has proven one of the strongest factors in the phenomenal success of the past three seasons. Saturday, Washington NOR CAN ANY COURT DECISION CHANGE EITHER THESE FIGURES OR THESE FACTS. B gsffiESfflssassszs&SESKsssfflSE CSTFresh Oysters at Jehn O'Keofe's. The editor of the Fordville, ICy., Miscellaneous, writes as a postscript te a business letter: "I was cured of kidney trouble by taking Feley's Kidney Cure." J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce Messrs. Ben Gill and James Smithers of the Lewisburg neighborhood, while Charles W. Shotwell and Miss Emma Kabler, both of this city, were married Saturday. . A "stitch in time saves nine' and a dose of Bal.ard's Horehound Syrup at the beginning of a cold will save you many weary neurs and even days of distressing and harassing cough. Price, 25 and 50 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. Mr. Jehn Bhedes of the Murphysville neighborhood remembored The Ledger while in the city yesterday. driving en the Lexington plke Sunday afternoon, were thrown from thelr buggy by the horse becoming frightened and making a sudden turn. Mr. Gill was seriously injured, the bones of the left leg receiving a compound fracture. Mr. Smlthers's left leg was also Injured. vve have seen the frail Infant when the faint struggle for existence seemed almost ended, resuscitated and made strong by the use of White's Cream Vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. KICKEftf'ieRll? If any one at any time for any reason hat any cause te "hick" in any tray at anything of any kind, here's the place te nay hl ay. The doer is open walk right in and help yourself, free gratia and for nothing; but don't make your "kicks" toe long It's the thert, quick felletcs that count and cut. $$f-Tname of the kicker must accompany the kick, or it'll be Kicked into the he waste-baske- radfet' m mMmMmLW IWmi VILS.W Tfif f y 77!.AltrWlB7 untiiaBHHt'feiaffiiBi fOY V "Vi. VX wai VV B T t. Editor Public Ledger: The writer desires te enter a vigorous pretest against the way the streets of Maysviile are being repaired at present. The cracked rock is put down without any dirt or filling of any kind te make them pnek, and when a vehicle is driven ever them they shift about until they are almost worn out and have been sulliclently pulverized te form a filling, and the metal wears out in half the time it would if a Jtttle dirtwore put on. Why net get the best we can for our money? It will net cost any mere te put en a little filling, then the rock will pack in a short time and become smooth, and any one driving ever them will net be Jolted te pieces. It is hard en horses and hard en ve hicles and hard en the taxpayers' bnt it is geed for blacksmiths and The Second Street Fill for the greater part of the past two months has been as rough as the bed of a creek, the rock being dumped en there and allowed te remain for weeks before it was broken w. c. up. pocket-books, wagon-makers. m In order te assist in lnnklnp: LADIES' DAY (October 17) n success, mill incidentally attracting attention te our ntHcrtKing, ue Inn e decided te inaugurate a noel and interesting contest for the occasion, in which none but Ladies will be allowed te compete. AVe eiler three prizes, which will be awarded as fellows : (exmym ?m&3f TO THE LADY FURNISHING s L;33.-- j THE MOST COMPLETE COL- dtfen! rnvinn Ur LtUMUN af UUtt UIOrLMi ADVERTISEMENTS, FROM BOTH AND nun rtllMM flU TAKEN THE LEDGER BE BULLETIN, WILL PRESENTED Set of Ladles' Embroidery Shears. Consisting of four pnirs, ranging in size from three te hIx Inches, $3 OO contained in a neat Morocco leather case, pi ice SECONDA Genuine Stag Carving Set. Net a cheap nfralr, hut made of the very best steel by Jes. Elliet, of $1 75 ShclUcld, Knglnnd, arid which sells at retail for A Set of Nut Cracks and Picks, THIRD d case, the money Composed of secn pieces, In a pretty SI OO iue of which Jb FIRST A TO BE DEPENDED ON. Handsome from Powers and about Dick Combs, and about going te see Tayler, and also about going te see Tayler en Tuesday morning and where you get Te Investigate tbe Automatic Clialn the cartridges.' btltch Singer. Free trial In your henif. ar "Youtsey proceeded nnd said: 'Just blnger Machines rented and repaired. as I told Cel. Campbell, I had a talk T- p- BMADLEY, Manager. Office Dleck. with Dick Combs en Monday morning nnd he told me that he was ready JOHSf W. HOULDKN. TRY I. K. PARKER to de the sheeting and I went to Caleb Powers for the key te his office Boulden nnd he told me to go te Jehn Powers. I went te Jehn Powers nnd Jehn PowAgency V te ers gave me the key. I went te Gov. Tayler and I told Gov. Tayler that FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Only Dick Cem'bs was ready te de the reliable companies represented. All les promptly settled, we respectfully se-sheeting.. Gov. Tayler said: 'Yeu llcl t j our patronage ought net to come te see me about a matethis. I have been expecting this te be C"TiwlWl'TSTBff?Wr'TrTlWTWTTOTfWFTT3" done for some time, but I object te Jm" ET having a Negro de it. It is toe Important a piece of work. Combs may be a spy nnd he may betray us.' Mr. Yeutbey said: 'I went back te see .". Gov. Tayler en Tuesday morning and I said te him: 'The man te de the sheeting is new here.' Well, I told him Jim Hewnrd wns here, that I thought he get there Monday night. Gov. Tayler walked up and down the fleer and said: 'Youtsey, what de you think? If Goebel wns killed, de 25 off nnd that nets this: you think I could held my office?' Peppermint Kisses, 15c pound and discussed that mntter, talking te llome-madTaffy, all flame back and forth and I said te him 10c pound vors I fheught if Goebel wns put out of 20c pound Pine Chocolates, The best glnss of Ice Cream the way that the centewt would be Seda in the U. S. for 5c. Of settled and that he could held his course you knew our Bread is office. Finally I said te him, as Gov. always en top. TKAXEL. Tayler hesitated still: 'It is up te you te decide new finally whether it COMMISSION is to be done or net,' and after some mere hesitnting Youtsey said TayMERCHANT, eor said finally: 'Well, tell them te BUYER OP PUODUCE.120W Sutten go ahead. If it is necessary I can EGG EXCHANGE Street. send the mnn to the mountains with a bqund of soldiers.' If ou want "Youtsey then stepped and I said: In the mint B. cleanly, economical.. 'What did you de then? Yeu have antlmitUfactery man told Cel. Campbell, ns he told me, that tier, the het uater THE LADY DENTIST, Hjitem will de It you let certain people into Powers' There are several S3 West ixcenti itrtet. Ne, sj stems: but expert office.' He said: 'Yes. 1 then went enceluis proven tn . Painless Dentistry done All klmls et bnck and reported. I told Berry In the meat nrtlMlc nnd clf ntlllc manner. Prlcea L'rennsand Ilrldce Werk V to 110. Heward nnd Dick Combs and Jim rlKht. (leld Teeth en rubber fS te IS. Held FillHeitHetseT Heward to go and be in the hall of ings (1 and up. the executive building nnd I then Het nVK AVD left.' I said: 'Whnt did you de?' VVA.NIIIMJTOV IRCSSKLL,JtASAIJKKf FRANK, He said: 'I went nnd get the cart- Ol'KltA.IHttSK. I Water ridges.' 1 said: 'Very well; go en.' AN EVENING OF MERHIMENT. He said: 'When 1 went back, Herry Boilers ! Heward nnd Dick Combs nnd Jim Are decMe?!y Hew aid were in the hall nnd I unlockthen IlPSt. Wu labkitluae. ed the doer nnd let them in and gave h , PI" ill t " re In referring te lt fS them the eartiidges. I gave them te v - V7' Jtank, utAte JCiutuiiali Jim Hew aid; he was the last man Opera house, Themas A. Uavl JJnnk.WasblnR-teMUltltAY AXJ) MACK'S who went in the doer. I gave him All n erk guaranteed. FAMOUS COM1WY, the whole box.' I baid: 'Mr. Yeut-bcwho fired the shot'." nnd lie & said: 'I can net tell you; I didn't see him.' I baid: 'What did you de when STEAM HEATING, you let him in?' He said: 'I stayed near the doer.' I said: 'Yeu gave PLUMBING and GAS FITTING, the cartridges to Jim Heward?' 'Yes, n sir.' I said: 'Was he bhet with Ne. 119 Sutlen Street, MAYSVILLE, KY. nVA COMPANY OF COMEDIANS WHO Winchester rifle'." He said: 'The AIIE KUN1 Y, BIMJF.US WHO cartridges fit either a Winchester or CAN 8IMI, DANUfclla WHO CAN DANCE. a Mnrlin."' I j&iil'lyBfcfi. true.' "I then said te Yeutsey: 'New I would like te hae you tell me about getting the. kay en Mendny morning is WILLIAM DAVIS. '1'UOlfB 00, 302 EAST 8EC0ND STREET FIFTH WARIT.. It Will Pay Yeu Opera-house .The "Ultra," the up-te-da- handsomest dress shoe made. It is & Parker's Fire Insurance flrst-clas- without peer in rial, style and detail of finish. Come and see them and you will buy them. I Ladies' Day 1 (g5"SPECIAL TRAXEL'S e Barkley's JOHN Y. DEAN, A GET THE BEST nhmist-heate- Dr. Anna hlKh-clas- n Hewins5 il "OurOwir Saturday, October 20 II MW "- - y, FITZGERALD CO., -- : 1 Tl LOUISVILLE HORSE SHOW. YOU WILL JEXJTOT f JT.-X5- 0 3 fJg7fXS7VTv-tg-J.i Jlecnuse It in the Uxparlenc of a Miijh. ville Citizen and Can Ileadlly be In- TeittigHteil, The rirnt Imloer One Ever Ilelil In KeiitiicU It Will Continue fur Five KveuliiKH. I'HIC'KN A stranger in a large city would place far mere dependence en the directions given him by a local resident than the guidance of another stranger like himself. This is a natural consequence of experience; it's like a ship in a st'range pert a trusty pilot familiar with the harbor is always called upon te bring her safely te her moorings. Se it is with indersement; we doubt the saying of people living at distant points bocause we can't investigate, but public expression of loeal citizens can be depended en, for 'tis an easy matter te prove it. Evidence like the following is boyend dispute. Mrs. It. R. Housh of 394 Ferest ave., says: "Dean's Kidney Pills quickly relieved Mr. Housh of backache which had been a source of discomfort te him for semo time. I procured the remedy at J. Jas. Weed fe Sen's drugstore, corner of West Second and Market streets, kV and its proven value Is se great that it r the Srii"!' should be known throughout world." Fer sale by all dealers; prloe CO cents Ce., a bOX. Buffalo, N. Y., ' Stele Agvuta fer the United States. 55 'A Kcmmbw Um Base DOAK'S BBd FOBTKR-MlLBCfRN sllk-linc- Should ther be a tie In the best collection, the first handed in will be regarded as the winner ofprize Ne. 1, and no en. CONDITIONS Each batch of advertisements must be inclesed in a sealed envelope bearing the name and address of the contestant ami. handed in at our store in person. Ne collection will be considered without the advertisement taken from both The Ledger and Bulletin of the 10th inst. Families of the newspnper fraternity barred. Slnce the contest is arranged in honor of LADIKS' DAY, offerings will be ncceptcd en thut date only, and but one prize will be awnrded te n family. lkikikik LADIKS, both old and young, anywhere, are invited te compete. A very little search may result in winning one of the prizes. Kvcn If you don't capture first, jeu stand a Reed chance of gaining one of among jour the ethers. Begin the collection of the ads. accomplished friends in that new. Yeu have a week, and much may be time. frank Owens hardware Company. P Leuisvijle, Ky., Oct. 16. The first indoor horse show ever held in Kentucky began auspiciously Monday night in the building thut wns erected for the reunion of the United Confederate Veterans last spring, but vvWeh has since been remodeled. The ehevv is given by the Louisville Herse Shew association, nnd will continue five evenings. The society folk ,of Louisville nnd ether southern cities filled the boxes, nnd the first night was no less a success from the, horsemen's point of view. (Jen. A. Miles will arrive Wednesday te judge the hordes in the cavalry parade. fiev, Perter Demi. Oct. 16. Fermer Versailles, Ky Lieut. Gov. Themas P. Perter, aged 79, one of the eldest nnd most celebrated lawyers in Kentucky, died nt the home of his Dr. Jehn D. Neet, after a year's Illness. el-sGs-Iileson-in-la- Parquett , ... 60 cents ureas Lircir .. jxi ceuts 50 centi First Ibree Kewh Ilalceny ...... 3.1 cents Ilalance et Ilalceny , 2fi ceuts Ualiery Amateurs d. ene-ha- tf f-- I ltrtng your I'lates and Films te t li(I have them develop-Our prices just xrliat ether charge. Use our dark room y-- are welcome. Th nexrett picture out, "The hepla," The 1) Seasonable Drygoeds. Fancy and Staele. , ff only Anastlgtnatte Letts in STayivllle., The met complete Htudle in Kentucky.-Com- e and see us. j ((( I CADY'S ! ART STUDIO. I j Carpets, Oilcloths, ))) I Mattings. WILLIAM D. COCHRAN, Attorney at Law. 211 Court ktrret, JIoyllle, Ky. 'f I Housekeeping Goods Generally 1 Always in Stock. "' Prompt attention te settlement of estate and adjuatreent et accuunta. ENQLISH - !! i Preferred Quick Death. Pndueah, Ky., Oct. 16. Charles Ingram attempted suicide by taking morphine. He had a hemorrhage of the lungs and told friends that he preferred qufk death te lingering one by ettartimptleB. r . V? GEO. COX & SON. V I ))) oHetaImieiy aMi. CIlICUSTltti beiw Mtl AiUnm. J KE ie4 Osld Mlli KNOLLSU la rrrv , PILLS mmi k K 1819. tf : tajke Ha rabMU 'r m&&: yfi J t :. r m r -ffiM " . i. . r i m - U. rll.u,M KttutUir.r;MmteKSrnmUi'C: ?l SZil&t till Uh rlbUM. Tali no atheis Kcruaa 7" (jf UemB. fear ct jnt UntmUt. m ras 4t la "TtZJV. VrLilar, TwMaiaalaU. SI V ' ''BiMtttfrZailtZ'inUlur.tjr.- -1(1 T.y.r.l.ln iMdkrfn.jMU.1 ftHbmulHi. 'jrMMBtnir i& ? Aj: MtV 1 Sk'tr ., . ,iy. .irJrV.f' J . 1 lX- !,' ... u .,...ifcm f . ' ,.., . ' rtyiJi k hIJ ft ii 'i 'tMk ." ' ' if rn ' : NO iB?. ' s 4 'Vi rrx ', J'vi i yj$rif BROOKLYN VS. PITTSBURGH. Game ' wyWJtm 3ja. . it- ,J". it - '. ..rz"&-y- r ? . - . Atc j j .ia M-- ; . "&'; - s?t :S SETTLEMENT. THE DOMINION SURVEYORS. They Have Abandoned the Effert te Lecate the lleundnry Line In the Bit. linker Milling DUtrlct. FROM HIGH PLACES Is- THE BOER ACTIVITY. It Una Delayed the of Lord Ileliert for Seme Time te Come. llemr-Cnmlng 9 i J ,, and I'ocIen of u fttOO Trophy Commenced Mendny. for World's Championship VALUABLE INFORMATION! IT IS A FAC- TThat according te the best medical nutherUleH asthma and rheumathim are cuuaed by an excess ei uric acta In tue bleed. Reactionary Edicts Have Been 'The Striking Miners Are AnxNew Whatcom, Wash., Oct. 10. sued by the Chinese Court iously Awaiting the Answer News was received here Monday that Removing Moderates. the dominion surveyors who have of the Ceal Operators. been engaged in an effort te locate A HOPEFOL FEELING AMONG TUE MEN. If the Carrying Companies Conclude te Accept the Individual Ownera Will Yield. Couuter-Preposltlon Tlie Miner Will Net Iletnrn te Werk Until 'They Have IJccn Netlllcil te De Se Ily the Executive Ileurd. Pa., Oct. Wilkesbnrre, 10. The striking miners of the Wyoming valley are anxiously awaiting te hear what answer the operators will make te the demands of the Scranton con- line the international boundary where it passes through the Mt. Baker mining district, in Whatcom county, have abandoned their work and left tlie country. According te their field notes, the line passes two miles south of where it has always been supposed te have run, while their scientific observations place the 49th parallel, whieh Is the boundary line, within n quarter of a mile of Where it has ulwuys been supposed te have been. Should the field notes stand, a number of American mining claims will be en th Canadian side. The matter will undoubtedly be made the subject of negotiations between the two governments. PRINCE TUAN HOLDS IfllPEHIAL SEAL. San Yat Sen Has Token the Town et Klu Shau and is Investing: Hui Cheu. Force of Government Troop Frem Clinten Were Defeated liy the Reformer, Twe Hundred of Them Uclnur Killed. TREASURER An VASES. I vention. There is a hopeful feeling among the men that the concessions asked for will be granted, but nobody feels sure of an early settlement and there will be no relief from the present anxiety until some definite information is received from the coal magnates in New Yerk. If the big coal carrying companies fall in line and conclude te accept the counter preposition made by the men, the individual operators will acquiesce and there will be resumption of operations in a short time. The representatives of the coal companies in this section say they have no news te give out beyond the fact that the ten per cent. Increase in wages offered by the companies some time age still holds geed. One operator said Monday night: The Offer te Striken Still Open. "This offer is still open te the strikers if they wish te accept it. It is safe te say, however, that the operators will make no agreement with the miners. In the first place the opera ters have lest faith in the men since they have quit recently and broken agreements made with their employers. The operators can have no assurance that in case an agreement was entered into President Mitchell would net come along some day and declare it off." Minera In Goed Shnpc Financially. At strikers headquarters it was given out that the men would net return te work until they had been notified te de se by the executive beard of United Mine Workers. If the companies did net meet the men half way and ,accept the decision of the strike comentien as final, the strike would go en. One of the officers of the United Mine Workers said the strikers were in geed shape yet and could carry en the battle for some time yet without entailing much suffering te the men or their families. MINERS MARCHING. Impnrtnnt ArchncoIeKlcnl Discovery linn Junt Ileen Mndc ut Ilonce Iteuln. Reme, Oct. 10. An important archaeological discovery has just been made at Pesco Iteale, where were found the famous treasurer vases which Baren Rothschild presented te the leuvre, in Paris. It consists of a large edifice, belonging te a period prier te Pompeii, whose walls are decorated with frescoes of great beauty and in a 'state of perfect preservation. Emperor William has offered the enwer of the property where the discovery was made a large sum for the paintings, at the same time requesting King Victer Emmanuel te facilitate the purchase. Italian archaeologists are agitating te prevent the treasures from leaving the country. BEET SUGAR FACTORY. One Started Up nt Lyen, N. Y That Will Turn Out R( Ten et Haw SiiKur Every - Heur. Lyens, N. Y., Oct. 10. The Empire State Sugar Ce. Monday started up a beet sugar factory here. The factory will use CO Otens of sugar beets daily, turning out 50 tens of raw sugar every 24 hours. The plant is te run 120 days of 24 hours each, employing 250 men. It is the first modern plnnt in the state. The plant cost ever half a million dollars and is expected te pay the farmers of this section 3,000 a day for sugar beets. It has an acreage of neurly 0,000. THE NELY CASES. The United Stnte Supreme Court Ha AnMlKiied Them for Hearing en November IS. Washington, Oct. 10. The supreme Lansford, in Carben county, and in Schuylkill county. These towns are about 20 miles south of llaleten, and the strikers expected te reach their destination early Tuesday morning. Most of the collieries in this section are operated by the Lehigh Cenl & Navigation Ce. They have been Ceal-dale, of the United States Monday Strike I.eu McAiloe for I.nnsjfenl, court granted the motion of the governCnrlteii County, untl Ceulilale, ment te advance the Neely cases, and Schuylkill Count'. assigned them for hearing November 12. The cases came up from the fedHnzleten, Pa., Oct. 10. The threat- eral, court of New Yerk en the ened march of striking mine workers Judge Wallace denying n writ te the Panther Creek valley started of habeas corpus. The government is from this section Monday night. The very anxious for a decision whieh will objective points of the strikers are settle the constitutional questions indeci-sion'- ef volved. & working all through the strike despite the efforts of numerous organizers sent te that district for the purpose of inducing the men te quit. Other points in the Panther Creek valley where plants are still in operation are Nesquehoning and Summit Unl. Troop AVI11 Intercept the Marcher. Shenandoah, Pa., Oct. 10. Advices have reached Gen. Qebin, in command of state troops here, that a large body of striking miners have left McAdoo for the Panther Creek region. They expect te reach that valley In time to intercept the miners en their way te work in the morning. Gen. Gebin ordered six companies of the 4th regiment te leave Monday night for that valley and a special train en the Philadelphia & Heading railroad te take them te Tama-quwhich station is but a few miles a, from Coaldale. Gen, Gebin went with the troops and assumed personal command. The governor's troop of cavalry, which is stationed at Oneida, will leave for the Panther Creek region early Tuesday morning. STRIKERS ARE ALERT. CalMnjr en the Men Committee "Warnlnir Them te Guard Attain! a Stampede. ,) Shamekln, Pa., Oct. 10. Committees of United Mine Workers were calling en miners Monday afternoon and evening te warn them te pay no attention te petitions being circulated by agents of several local carrying companies asking miners te return te werK pending a settlement between the operators, coal carrying companies and miners. The committees are informing the men that operators are trying te effect a skimped e among the men in order te break up the strike and that It is probable the operators have decided net te co mpiy wun tne uemanus of " jthe Scrantpn convention; Dever, Del., Oct. 10. United States Senater Richard R. Kenney, of Delaware, Is at his 'home here seriously ill. being threatened with typhoid fever. He contracted a severe cold while delivering addresses through the state last week. His condition is such as te require the constant attendance of a physician. Storm nt Cape Town. Londen, Oct. 10. A dispatch te the Daily Telegraph from Cape Town says that a tremendous storm there en Sunday blew a steam crane into the harbor in such a way as te block the entrance te the decks against large steamers. The accident caused several fatalities. I Out of HniiKcr. Washington, Oct. 10. A cablegram received at the pest ettlee department Monday announces that Director of Fosnes, at Havana, who was suffering from a serious attack of yellow fever, is entirely out of danger. German Wine Hiirvcnt. Berlin, Oct. 10. Full returns ns te y the wine harvest throughout for the year show that it is mere abundant and of mere excellent quality than for several years previous. Ten Ilualiieaa IIeiiHe Unrncd. Pana, 111., Oct. 10. Herrick, a village 12 miles south of here, was visited by a confiagratien Monday morning, ten bHslness houses being burned, entailing a less of $50,000, with $20,000 Insurance. Ti'eiiNtiry'a Condition. Washington, Oct. 16. The condition of the treasury, division of issue and redemption, at the beginning of business Monday was as follews: Available cash balance, $132,174,773; geld coin, $245,475,079. CnrlUIe IndlnnM Wen, Baltimore, Md., Oct. 10. The Carlisle Indians defeated the University of Maryland football team Monday by a score of 27 te 0. The l'lnuue Near Londen. Londen, Oct. 10. A case of illness suspected te ba from bubonie plague pansn auu la reported at, atepney, ' uiiburbvef the British metropolis." Senater Kenncy III. Pes Ger-jnan- Londen, Oct. 10. "Since the Chinese court arrived at the new capital, " says a special dispatch from Shanghai dated Monday, "reactionary edicts removing the moderates from high eillceshave been isseud, showing that Prince Tuun holds the imperial seal." The Daily Chronicle has the following from Vienna: "Nene of the powers except France and the United States approve the Russian proposal te carry the claims for indemnity against China te the arbitration tri bunal at The Hague." Grent Activity In Clinten. Hong-KenOct. 10. Sun Yat Sen, according te reports from Canten, has taken the town of Kiu Shan, en Beat river, and is new investing the prefecteral city of Hui Cheu. A force of imperial troops from Canten was defeated by the reformers, 200 being killed. The advices say also that there is great activity in Canten in preparations for dispatching troops te the disturbed districts. Lord Ciimnticll'M Ilrlttah Column, Tien-TsiOct. 10. The British column under Lord Campbell, which ferniB part of the expedition against Pne Ting Fu, and is making a detour te the south of the Pae Ting river, reached Tu Liu, en the Grand canal, Sunday. Sir Kraest M. Satow, who succeeds ROOTED UP GOLD. r Claude MncDennld as Ilritish minister te China, has started for Peking. Wenlth Hurled Ily M. de Giers, the Hussien minister, Swine DlHce-ethe IlritiMh .Near KIiir'h 's likely te return seen. Sleiiiitnin, S. C. 3ERMAN REPLY TO FRANCE. Columbia, S. C, Oct 10 Jeff Richards, a Negro tenant en the plantaFriendly In Tene mid HnlNCN Xe Ob- tion of R. L. Wallace, near King's jection te Principle d Mountain, Yerk county, rooted up liy M. UvIcunnc. old buried by the British officers before going into battle at King's Ilerlin, Oct. 10. The Perlin Xeuste Mountain. Hew much was contained Vachriehten says it understands that in the iron box, which the swine disiermany's answer te the note of M. covered, can net be ascertained, as Oelcasse, French minister of foreign Mr. Wallace is keeping Jeff from talklffuirs, was dispatched Monday, thut ing, but It is known te be a rich find. t is in a friendly tune and that it Phe dates en the coins show that all aises no objection te the principle1 are ever 125 years old. The money is inundated by M. Deleas.se. The paper and pieces. Iecs net abhert that the reply deals HEAVY ROBBERY. vitli all his prepositions. A press representative learns that f the Chinese minister te Russia, Yang Mr. Ilorntle UiiIx-ii.Mere Than UO.oen en a Train i'u, who visited Ktnperer Nicholas at Iictitcen Madi'iil mill l'tirls. Livadia Sunday, strongly appealed for the intercession of the czar in Havana, Oct. 10. nlwitc 'l'vpatelu-jusChina's fawir, and presented te him received here confirm the report i letter from Jlmperer Kwaug Su, together with documentary evidence of the less of money and jewelry b r .Mrs. Horatio Rubens, who left Hatending te show tnnt the Chinese and court are less te blame for the vana last month for Paris, going by n outbreak than the Rus- way of Madrid. .Mrs. Rubens was robbed while en sian emperor had been led te bethe train between .Madrid and Paris. lieve. She estimates her less at mere than A German named Ilistnarck, connected with the marines who were $2i),000. It is believed that the thiee. sent te Peking before the seige of the wete in complicity with persons here. foreign legations kept an interesting Transport I,eue .Manila. diary, which he has since forwarded Washington, Oct. 10. Gen. MaeAr-ihu- r te Emperor William. notified the war department .Monday that the transports Siam and OCCUPATION OF PEKING. Athenian have sailed for the United a Slates, and that the transport The American Troop FetiKlit mid arrived tit Manila Monday. The Dreve the ChlncHc In Frent of Frederica carried detachments of Them te the Gateway. Batteries C and M of the 7th artillery, three officers and 35 men from Londen, Oct. 10. Dr. Morrison, in San Francisce. the Times Tuesday morning, deA CoiitlnneiiM Wane Scale. scribes the occupation of Peking and Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 10. A plan te the demonstration at the Forbidden City. In connection with the latter establish a continuous wage scale for the union iron, steel und tin plate Incident he emphasises the mills of the country, proposed ey the of Gen. ChalTee, which has net receivIs being favorably manufacturers, ed, he says, proper recognition. "The American troops en the considered by the members of the remarks, Amalgamated Association and the 15th," the correspondent "fought their way, driving the Chi- preposition will likely be submitted nese in front of them, te the gate- te a ete. way. There was then no agreement Exempt Krem Stamp Tu. te held Gen. Chaffee back. He might Washington, Oct. 10. The commishac pressed en, taken the palace and heisted the .tars and stripes. It sioner of internal revenue has dewould have been a fine prize, and the cided that certificates of nominations temptation must have been great, but for public offices, such as are required Gen. Chaffee, possibly acting under by some of the states, and all papers Mr. Cenger's advice, refrained. It or Instruments relating te the exercise of the elective franchise are exwas a noteworthy act." empt from stamp tax. European Women In Chlnn Warned. Sue for HI Salary. Berlin, Oct. 10. A dispatch receivChicago, Oct. 10. Dr. Edwin A. ed here from Shanghai says the BritPchell, former general secretary of ish consul there warns European the Epworth League, has brought women against feming north from suit in the circuit court for $2,075 g In the hope of joining which he declares is due him from the their husbands, the situation in the Western Methodist book concern for Yang Tse valley being ury serious. seven months salary. Sian-Fu,g, n, Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 10. The postseason series of ball games between Brooklyn and Pittsburgh for the world's championship and possession of a $500 trophy cup was begun Monday at Exposition park in the presence of 4,000 enthusiastic fans. The series was made possible "by the of this city, shortly after Pittsburgh's phenomenal stride toward the pennant, in the latter part of the season, offering a beautiful trophy in the shape of a solid silver punch bowl te be contested for by the teams finishing first and second, provided Pittsburgh was one of them. The team winning three games out of the five is te have absolute possession of the trophy, and the gate receipts of the series will be divided among the members of both teams who were signed before September 15. Great Interest attaches te the contest because Pittsburgh lias Wen the series from evxiry teti in in the league except Cincinnati, and many friends think she would have Aven the pennant hud net se many of her players been disabled toward the end of the season. (Same AVen Ily Ilroeklyn. The first game was wen by Brooklyn with hnnds down. McGinnity, the "Iren Man," had his opponents at his mercy up te the ninth inning, allowing only three dinky hits up te that time. In the eighth inning McGinnity was leing run down by Wad-de- ll between third and home, and in an attempt te dodge his pursuer McGinnity fell, striking his temple hard en Waddcll's knee. He was laid out for three or four minutes, hut plucki-- y went te the box and finished the game. In the ninth he hit a batter, gave a base en balls and two hits, Wad-desaving Pittsburgh a shut-ouwas net hit hard, but often, six hits being made off him in the third Inning. His support was net of the best, O'Brien's and Williams' errors being costly. The score was: Pittsburgh, 2; Brooklyn, 5. Batteries Waddell and Zimnier; McGinnity and McGuire. Umpires Hurst and Swartwood. Chronicle-Telegraph, Londen, Oct. 10. Commenting upthe activity of the Beers and the statement from Cape Town that Lord Roberts has postponed his the Standard says: "There arc certain Indications pointing te the conclusion that unexpected difficulties have arisen which Lord Roberts deems grave enough te demand his presence for some time te come. All the facta suggest that it is Impossible yet te denude Seuth Africa of any substantial portion of the large army new engaged in dominating a sullen and recalcitrcnt population." on home-coming, IT IS A FACT- That uric acid U a product et tissue change and can only through the kidney. lmp-r-le- ct IT IS A FACT- That by eliminating this acid from the system the acknowledged cause of asthma, hay (ever and rheumatism Is removed. 'ft BLOWN TO ATOMS. X Knthcr, Mether nml Four Children Killed Ily a Dynamite 1?yiIohIeii In Arknnnn. IT IS A FACT- That Bend's Specific cures by its great purltylng actlun en the liver and kldnes,Mids enabling them te lierfermthelr functions properly and carry efT this excess of acid from the system. Het Springs, Ark., Oct. 10. A father, mother and four children were blown te atoms Monday evening at Sells, Montgomery county, 14 miles from Het Springs. While the family was at supper their home was wrecked by an explosion of dynamite. The names of the unfortunate people are Jeff and Maggie Jenes and their children, ranging in age from six years te four months. It is believed that a dispute ever a home- IT IS A FACT- That all asthma and rheumatism cures contain d ngereus drugs, such as chloral, cocaine and morphine, at.d produce only temporary relief. IT IS A FACT- That III nd's Asthma, nay Fever and Rheumatism Cure Is absolutely fret, from dangerous drugs, and Is vegetable compeun'l and purely can be taken wlili Impunity by any one, from the babe just born te the elrtet mn or woman. f'ta h stead claim prompted the outrage. The county officials wired Monday IT IS A FACT- night that they were close en the That Bend's track of the guilty parties. tively cure BOYS ON A STRIKE. MeaHcnKer rliMimatNm Employed Ily the Pentnl TclCKrnph Ce. Want Lcmm Heur und mi Increase In Wne. asthma, hay fever or In spite of your Incredulity. Sold by Henry W. Ray. J. Jas. Weed fc Ben and Thes. J. Cheneetb. Specific will most posi- BOSS STEEL t. ll Hunn-eiute- -- one-guine- a five-guin- d t rul-;?- iinti-fereig- Cincinnati, Oct. 10. Between 40 and of the messenger boys employed by the Postal Telegraph Ce. went en a strike Monday evening for higher wages and less hours. The boys demand $15 per month and want the hours reduced te nine per day. One of the messengers who refused te go out was attacked by strikers at the corner of Elm and Longworth streets. He was pretty badly used up. His sachel was taken from him nnd tern te pieces and $1 in change was seized by the mob Denth of Dr. Jame Cnrlylc. Terento, Ont., Oct. 10. Dr. James Carlyle, nephew of Themas Carlyle, the great author, and himself one of the best known educationalists of Ontario, is dead. Per a Ceiillnw Stntlen. Aden, Oct. 10. The sultan of Turkey has leased te Germany for 30 years the island of Urean, in the Red sea, 40 miles north of Kamaran, for a coaling station. Murk Twain Arrive. New Yerk, Oct. 16. Among the passengers who arrived Monday night en the steamer Minnehaha were S. L. Clemens (Mark Twain). Mrs. Gem-en- s and the M it.se?. Cltmens. Lord Chief .liirttlec of niitxlmid. Londen, Oct. 10. Lord A'.vi : me, formerly Sir Richard Wt' (:. w.l of i. ucceid the la'e ".iron Killowen. the Duly News announces, of England. s lord chief Steel Cm Ml n ft Plnnt te Consolidate. Sharen, Pa.. Oct. 1G. It is Mated here that all the plants of the American Steel Casting Ce. are te be consolidated. KliiK Oscar 111. is Stockholm, Oct. 10. King confined te his bed with bronchial catarrh, complicated by an accretion of phlegm in the right lung. iO Rue-vl-e O-e- RANGES! durable and perfectly constructed. Beautiful finish, elegant design and perfect in operation. Attractive, LEONARD & LALLEY MARKET STREET. JOHN W. PORTER. J. H. CUMMINGS. PORTER & CUMMINGS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 17 E. Second mrert. i MATSriLLE. KT State National Bank, OF MAVSVILLE. KY. Capltul NterlL, 8100,000 30,000 Surplua... ...... DOES A OEXEKAL JiAXKIXO "AMI EI M BUSINESS HALL, JAS. Jf. KIRK, Vlce-1'res. UIA-- v D. 1'EAM.L, Cashier. rreMdnt. KgHSH Zratts IS p m : BAIIAVAY TIMECAEDS. I ir Maysvllle.. .. All trains lall. eirep' Sunday. am UAMIIIK hivimex. ""7.45 am (UOpra trriv. AHKI ALh AT SI AA N I1XK. MARKET IUSPOKl. Cincinnati, Oct. 15. Spring fancy, $XMi i.7.1; family, $.'U0(VT3.2.'; patent. $iM4.4: winter fancy. $3.40(23.75; family. W.ne (ei:..20; patent, $3.00(7? 1. 10; extra. . (ft 2.50; low grade, ?1.00(i2.10; northwestern rye, $2.90(713.10; city de, $2.vJ FLOUR (T(3.10. 1JU.I Fred-eiie- Ne 16 .10.0, am Ne. 2... ,1:33 pm Ne. 18...W0 p mf Ne. 20.8.en p m Ne. 4 ...10H1 p m r Ne. 19.5:J0emt I Ne. 1 6:2tfam Ne. 17.. 8.50 am M 1 r CI."CI.NNATI 1IA1IAVAY, Jiewn, . M. 7:( 5:45 S.30 10.0b 11. SO V A I Ne.l54.X0pmt Ne.S. J:pm :m )': GRAIN self-deni- nominally at 7Sc en track. Corn-- Ne. JZcait 2 mixed quotable at 42y2e en r. m. Oats Sales; Ne. 2 mixed, 1.00 track. "light colored," track, nt 23sc; Ne. 2:55 1:15 3 white, "geed," track, nt 24'4e; re6:17 jected mixed, track, at 22,c; de, 7.10 "heating," nt 22ysc; sample whiv, "het," track, at 22c. LIVE STOCK Hogs Select ship- Wheat Ne. 2 red quotable Fit IMit'OItT AM FAKI Frankfort, AND K. C. I.V. Richmond. MaytiUU. Jitad Up. v. u. P.M. -- Ar irte 7:0) 11:42 7:50 6.50 OforgrJeum, OarlUle and 1 Ar " " " " .. . . .Winchester - . " Maysvllle .. " l'arls . .... " .Ueorgetew n. ..- - ' I.v Frankfort. A.M. t .,r a 6:16 8.30 6:10 4:28 '.tt Hong-Ken- Died ut l'ekliitf. Oct. 10. Adjt. Gen. vVashlngten, Cerbin has received a cablegram from Gen. Chaffee tit Peking saying that Harry R. Shephard, Troop M, Cth cavalry, died at Peking en the 0th inst. from dysentery. Sick. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 10. Mllsten, a village of about 120 people, contains 07 sick persons. Many ihave typhoid fever and the rest chills and fever. Five physicians ere in attendance, and the town school baa been I Half the Town I.eftt Her Illamniiil. Paris, Oct. 10. Mrs. Daniel Manning, while leaving her hqtel nfter dining, lest a diamond sunburst valued at $2,500. As a strange coincidence, both lady commissioners of the United States at the Paris exposition sustained a less of jewels. cleaed. i i Will Net Make an. Uxhlhlt. Caracas, Venezuela, Oct, 10 (via Venezuelan Huyticn Cable). The government announces thnt Vene-uel- a will net make an exhibit at the exposition te be held , In Buffalo In 1001. , Pan-Americ- pers. $4.055; select butchers, Sl.Ot $5; fair te geed packers. $4.75. 1.1)0; fair te geed light, $4.75(fi5: eemnnn and roughs, $4J?4.15. Cattle Fair te geed shippers, S4.505.25; geed te choice butchers, $4.50(?5; fair te medium butchers, $3.504.40; common, $3.75(a Sheep Extras, $2.703.25. $3.00; geed te choice, $3$i3.C5; comLambs Exmon te fair, ?2(fT2.75. tras, $5.15(25.25; geed te choice, $4.40 (it 5.10; common te fair, $3.25(714.25. Veal Calves Fair te geed light, $5.75 (770.25; common and large, $3.25(7i'5.50. Milch Cows Extra, $5055; geed te choice, $42.50(7J4S; fair te medium, $22.507f30; common, $10i7.50. Chicago, Oct. 15. Wheat November, 74c; December, Cern November, 37c; December, 35yc; May. 3Gtc. Oats November, 21,,c; December, 21 c. East Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 15. Cattle Goed te best smooth fat CNpert, $5.505.70; geed te 'best, $55.25; shipping steers, $5.25(77:5.50. choice te extra, $3.40(7?3 f',; geed color stock, $4(714.25. Fresh Cows Choice te extra geed bags, $50(a60. Larabs Choice te extra, $5.65(g5.75; geed te choice, $5.50 $5.05. Mixed S?eep Choice te extra, $4.35t.50; geed te choice, $4.25 S4.35. HegsHeavy, ?5.305.35; mix-e;:.3e. RWWWBJa VAXuEitmivr nyktem. CLEVELAND, C.Vi I.WYJTI, CJUCAOOanil 6T, LOVJS BAIJjWAY. Tickets en sale at the C. and 0. Station In this city for all points en this read. Hours of arrival and departure are at Inclnnatl. ffn'-'-ty-. Xem'M. 8.30 8.( CHICAGO, ST. lOVIK AND PEOHIA DIVISION, Arrivt. a m ...Chicago, St. I.euls. Peoria... 9:06 pm m .......... Chicago Special.-...--- .. tK pm :05 pm .....St. Leuis, I'eerla......... IS4V1 pm . fen 7:20 a m ...Indianapolis.-- .. , llllkwpm j K.Mp in llally except Hunday. .'l . . 74754c ft UsU&sBai9saTVtI'xI rMrrL Ltatt, S.15 '12:18 OII'O I)IVIIOJJ. TH IV KAST. 1 I Arriwt, Calves-Mich- igan a p 3 Washing ii, Baltimore, 1'hlladnpi th New Yerk.! MlNAIHSIPl'I M.W 6:15 p "a 70 STS 'i BOtTTH.WlMT, BOPTlIlfWr, DIVISION. i: t: S:.10 S.OT 8:15 2'XZ 6:tO d, a p mJLenlsv'e, Mem., NewOrllans 111 2:0Q pm'. . ..Leiilviy nn Dally, tDjxoejit8au(iy, am p wi am am j St. Bt. Leets LpAIs and J "!'"""' Louisville. lisaam' s:su p m "u J enersenvnie a'as. .(-- u ttsVI a at imwmmm$mmmmmmm t'fi kVftij. 'AvSfcV iAK.:inflf squirt. . v r T,i . . , . v' 52teS SP VV , ' v n f f TOTfl'ff 4 V t wj r cr ' ' viiHF ' v U m i s 'fsy ' WjiWiT "TOB'' " -- ' " 0 &te u- - H ?., ' c ?WW--?"m. T . v'ViTap i t ? ' - Br; Hnmrx PDBUCiJtEDGER - , - -- If lll CtrrrtpenAentt will, pleate give factt at briefly at ymttible. Ifftm anything of great importance ecevrt m the Telegraph or Vie Telephone at our expente. SPRINQDALE. Mrs. Leuis Jenkins is very ill. Dr. llerd is attending her. Mrs.' C. 0. Degman and Mrs. Dollie Redman visited friends at Orangeburg Friday. J. Mr. A. Cole and Dr. Cartmell were guests Saturday ovenlng of Mr. and h' Mrs. C. 0. Degman. Misses Flera Tully and Lucy Day spent several days the past week with friends tn Maysville. Messrs. Pecer, Calhoun and Salisbury of Maysville were pleasant callers here Sunday afternoon. A large crowd of the voters of the Preelnct aud a number of ladies were out Saturday evening te hear the Issues 'of the campaign ably discussed by Mr. A. D. Coie. KENNARD. Miss Annie Hill of Sardls was a guest of Mrs. Emily Hill Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Magcle Faul of near Flemlngs- burg Is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Mack Adamsen of Mt. Sterling was visiting Mrs. Amy Dillen last week. Circuit Clerk Isaac Woodward of Maysville was calling en his mother Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William White were visiting relatives in Kobertsen county last week. SECRET SOCIETIES. Mrs. Amanda Mastin and daughter, Miss Elsie, of MUlersburg are visiting Advertttementi under Members and Visiting Brethren Are JVe relatives here. the heading! of "Help Wanted," "Situation Invited to Attend. Mr. Charles Sauls and sister, Miss Wanted," "Lett" and "Hound," and net exceeding are visiting relatives Lulia, of Ohie three ttnet in length, are FREE te alt, here this week. flWNe Bealnraa Adrcrtlaementa lmerle! without pay. Miss Lizzie Wilsen, who has been If antwertJaU te come the flrtt time, we invite at visiting her friend, Mrs. Victeria Lee, man repetition! at are neceitaryte tecure tchat you of Flat Reck, Bourbon county, has readvertlte for. We tnith advertltert te feel that they turned home. are net Impetlng en utby tiring our free celumni. The protracted meeting going en at SSrAdxertiteri iicst furnlih copy, which can be DKKALH LODOE, I. O. O. F. Salem is meeting with great success. Regular meeting this ovenlng at 7:30 left at the office or tent by malt. THE rUSLIC LEDGER, Seuls are being saved and the Church o'clock of DeKalb Ledge Ne. 12, 1. O. O. Se. 10 Eatt Third Street. revived; In fact, It Is a real F. All members requested to be present. wnen you leei & cuiu Alter cxyusuru coming en. take a dose of Feley's Heney nnd Tar. .It never falls te step a cold If taken in time. Take nothing else. J. Jas. Weed & Sen and Armstrong & Ce. ZQKlttlUe Commercial. James W. Chain of Manchoster has Chairman Jenes claims that Hryan will be olented, and Chairman Uanna Is gotten an incroase in his ponsien, new confident that MoKlnley will get mero vetos than he did In' 1890. It Is the sacred roceivlng $21 per month. duty of campaign managers to win victories for thelr rospectlvo candidates be It Uapprnetl tn a lirug Stnre, fero the election. Much latltude is glven them, and they are pormitted te run the "One day last winter a lady came te my druggauntlet from rainbow dhaaiug te downright lying. The renders of lntolllgently asked for a brand of conducted newspapers knew as much about the situation as the allegcd political store and have In stock," says cough medicine that Mr. C. It. Orendln, I did net oxperts. The National Committee must dopend upon the State Commlttees, the popular druggist of Ontario, N.V. "She was upon the County Commlttees, for thelr information, and by disappointed and wanted (e knew what cough which must depend the time it reaches hoadquarters It is usually saturated with partisanship and preparation I could 'recommend. I fold te her could recommend unworthy of bollef. Let us employ our own bright minds, instead of dopendlng that T Remedy,freelythat she couldChamberlain's Cough and take a bettlo en the overwrought fancies of unscrupulous campaign liars. Hore is a list of of the remedy and after giving It a fair trial if sLe states which .McKlnley carrled In 1600: did net find It worth the money te bring back the 13 bettlo and I would refund the price paid. In the 6 Ohie Maine course of a day or two the lady enme back In com4 Illinois 21 pany with a friend In need New Hampshlre of a cough medicine 4 Michigan 14 and advised her te buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Vermont 15 Wisconsin 12 Cough Remedy. I consider that a very geed Massachusetts 0 recommendation for the remedy.'' It Is for sale 4 Minnesota Khode Island & 13 by J. Jas. Weed Sen, Druggists. 6 Iowa Connecticut 0 , California 86 New Yerk 4 '. Oregon 10 New Jersoy 32 225 Total Pennsylvania If he can carry them this year he will win, as It requires only 224 votes te Republican states and pick out one that elect. Ge ever this list of Dr. C. S. KENNEDY. will go for Bryan. It scorns certain, at this writing, that McKlnley will carry 221 WK8T SECOND STREET OFFICK-N- e. overy one of them. JPVConsultatlen and examination tree."Vn The following states were carried by Bryan four years age, and thore is r every assurance that they will remain in the celumn: 12 Texas 15 Virginia M.D. 11 Arkansas 8 North Carolina Of Ne. M7 West Ninth street, Cincin12 0 Tonnessee nati, Ohie., will be at the Central Seuth Carolina .....' Hetel, Ha svllle, Kv en 4 Missouri Flerida 3 THURSDAY, 13 Mentana NOVEMBER Georgia 1st, 1900, 4 11 Colerado Alabama every first Thursday of each 3 Nevada month. 9 Mississippi 139 8 Total Louisiana NOW IS THE TIME TO BUV YOUR But, as it takes 224 votes te win, Mr. Bryan is 85 votes short. Where will he get them? They cannot cemo from this list, which, for the purpose of Illustration, we will class as debatable, for thelr total la only 83 vetes: 4 3 Seuth Dakota Delaware 8 Wyoming 3 . Maryland 0 Idaho 3 UNDER West Virginia., 3 13 Utah.. ... Kentucky 3 North Dakota JUST RECEIVED, iritoe 15, Washington 4 10 Kansas A LARGE SHIPMENT. 83 Total 8 Nebraska Ladles' Ribbed Vests ..15c New, te summarize: Bryan must carry a solid Seuth, every doubtful state, Ladles' Ribbed Union bulla ,21c Union Suits sic and eno of the cqnecded Republican states enumerated in the first list te win. Jllsses'Underwear . Men's 4sc suit 00c suit We have given him everythlng in the West except California and Oregon, and Men's Fancy SkirtsUnderwear Ladles' 2lc and ISc Ladles' Fancy have thrown In Dolaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana, and Hents Faucy Hese. loc Hese. loc he still lacks two votes of winning. It seems as if Bryan is deemed te defeat. ancy enirta iieius.41c 2le If any reader of this nowspaper, Democrat or Republican, can ovelvo a dents' Working thirta 24c, 39c ami 49c Corsets. different result from theso figures, we would be glad te hear from him. sceCall and examine our stock before buying. flg ftm fl Brpn j$ g CM. 1 '1 'j THIS IS " ii fi ' l feu3'11" NO FAKE! K J - t I will continue te sell all the Furniture in my house at Cost, I as Ions as I have any. will sell the entire steckv and i .'t the house te any one who rent i .A wants te embark in the busi- ness, and will make a showing of what I have done and am i v OSTEOPATHY L.H. LANDMAN, rock-ribbe- d i ,t)i. Free-silve- doing! CHARLES H. WHITE J 1 WINTER CLOTHING! 3OZ-?f-S T .1 t Street. 168. MILLINERY Fleece-line- d - Goods te Please all Tastes, T 51 West Second people's Column Charge! The RACKET STORE s 48 Prices te Suit all Purses... if telephone CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN. MAYSVILLE. KY West Second street. NEW Encyclopedia and:::::: Standard Dictionary, Atlas of the World! Through a special arrangement with the publishers, Funk t Wsgnalls.litE Lkdekh Is ready te take orders for the NEW STANDARD DICTIONARY OF THE ENOLIbU LANUUAOE. Fer Ladies Day 7e will' give to any person purchasing $5 worth of merchandise 10 10 old-tim- e Jialp Wanted. MOUNT OREAD. Adverti vmentt under thii heading tmerted free; but advertltert mutt furnlih the copy. KJr r Tobacco Is new all safely housed and euring nicely. Mr. Henry Carpenter and wife have recently moved te Uenry county. Mr. O. B. Themas's son Charlie has left home te try his fortune In some ether way and place. Our clever storekeeper, Mr. Bratten, is new enjoying a visit by his father and mother from Sardls. A usual sized wheat crop Is nearly all sewn in geed order, and it Is new In order for a much needed rain te make stock water. Seme of our folks went te Flemlngs-burThursday te hear Miss Ingels of Paris speak en Presidential Issues, but sndden attack of Illness caused her te dUappelnt the expectant hearers. Apples, vegetables and nuts are scarcer in this part of the country than we can remember of ever noting before. Thosewhe are net able te buy must rely principally en "hog and hominy," with which all are fairly supplied. Mr. Harry Dobyns returned Saturday from his matrimonial tour that was previously mentieued in The Ledger, but no particulars reported as yet. His belng a teacher, and having come back aleno, he Is accused by a friend of 'having signed only as half scholar. g alii-ance- v ANTED r l'i iu MAYSVILLE LODOE, F. AND A. M. . BOY iJt, v I.I.T.,, Te work in clear shop. Ap. 0C13 1 Situations cOanted. AdvertUrmmtt under thit heading tmerted free; but advertttrrt muit furntth Vie copy. A half day's housework VA.NTED-WOeach day. Apply lu3U! East Fourth street. ect!21w RK Called meeting Wednesday evening, October 17th, at 7 o'clock. Visiting brethren invited. E. A. Degree cenforred upon four candidates. W. W. Wikekf, W. M. pre tern. L. C. Blatterman, Secretary. Vecabularly Terms, 247 Editors and Specialists, 533 Readers for Quotations 5,000 Illustrations, Cost Over $960,000, Appendix of 500,000 Facts, of 28,000 Entries, Cyclopedia 301,865 88 Full Page Maps. IXDISI'KNHAIlLKl FREE up-te-da- te. yds Best Calice or. yds heavy Brown Cotten ZOanted. Adrrrtttrmcntt under thit headtng, net exceeding live Unci, te centt each liuertlen, or 60 centt a week. w The A. O. U. W. will meet this evening at 7 o'clock at G. A. R. Hall, corner Third and Market streets. James Delanty, M. W. R. H. Wallace, . Recorder. . Cern-husker- Fer Rent. Adi ertiiementt under thit hcaillng, net exceeding live Unci, 10 centt each intertlen, or SO centt a week. corner : Second anil Poplar streets. Apply te JOHN tl. ZWEIUAHT. marM tf Remember, that our prices are always lower than the lowest and our goods new and Don't forget te leek at our Jackets, Capes, Furs and Dress Goods. Everybody invited. HAYS 2 cSc GO. Fer Me. Adverlltemtntt under thit heading, net exceeding five Unci, 10 centt each insertion, or SO centt a week. OK S-A Apply at Ledger efllce Reed, pajlnu Imsi-nes- s. ectlfl lw sprained wrists, barbed-wir- e I70K of Winter cuts, burns, bruises, severe lacera Day. St Uh ANNA Millinery at low M. PJlAAIt. ectlSSt tiens ana external injuries ai any Kinu my property In are promptly nnd happily cureu Dy ap- sale en reasonable terms. II. T. plying Hnllard's Snow Liniment, l'rlcc, HOUIiDEN. ecll 1 25 and 50 cents. J. Jas. Weed & Sen. FORBALE-PHOPKRTY-All AUTHORITATIVE I d . m Happiness depends very much en the tondftlen of tne liver and kidneys. The impression en lils of Ufa make but llttlegeed. Yeu can these whose digestion is regulate your kldnes and liver with Herblne and enjoy health and, buoyancy u spirits. Price. M cents. J. Jas. weed Sen. Murray fc Themas are Just new erecting a flne Granite Sarcpphagl for W. II. Tilton of Mt. Ollvet. If you don't think that they have bargains for Ladles' Day, the way te be undeceived U by asking their prices. In annemlu and most women's ailments 1u digestion is weak, the making of flesh and Btrensth out of feed, iswan, se that the patient Is weak, This condition nerveuB and dyspeptic. can be corrected by taking a course of Utrblnc Price. 60 cents. J, Jas. Weed & iw On iSIS' l.ANDN. one-third account of meeting of Grand Ledgo of Masens and the Louisville Uorse Shew the L. and N. will sell round trip tickets te Louisville October 15th te 10th at eno and fare. Return limit October 20th. NATURAL BRIDGE, K.Y., AND RETURN. PRICK LIST: Russia 117.00 OW VOLUMK Advertltemrntt under thit heading interted free; Half Russia i 2U 10 Full mil Denlsen but aavertlttrt mutt furnlih the copy. 24.00 Full Morocco I Reference Index 20 00 N TWO T 0LUMF8 amount of money, Half Russia Xj either en Third, Market or 8cend between Full Russia 24 00 With Den son's 28 00 Mutten. Liberal reward If returned te this efllce. Full Slorecco Reference Index. -- Cream silk. Hetwecn rtsldence LOST-HOPostenice Tuesday at p m. Return te TERMS, S3.00 Down, $2.00 Per Menth. wjiM. w. L'UJiMi.NS, hj KastTblrd street and receive reu ard. ecl0.1t Discount of (2 00 en all orders paid In cash. Splendid opportunity te LOST LETTER-A- n en unstamped, acH reused costly aud useful literary secure one of the most some place productions en easy Second street, Monday payments. afternoon. Please return te this elHce. Leave orders at once. ectOlw Fer further Information and circulars, address UR est. LAMPS TOILETWARE, DINNERWARE BRIC-A-BRAC. t. (1 Largest Line, Newest Shapes, Nebbiest Decorations found. AdvertUementt under thit heading tmerted free; but advertltert mutt furnlih the copy. THE PUBLIC 10 East Third LEDGER, -- Street, Maysville, Ky Ever brought to the city at popular prices. A leek will convince you. Presents for all purposes, and you go away satisfied. See' Jardinieres at- 24c, 33c, 37c and 49c at - cel-M- r., The L. and N. Railroad will run a series of excursions, leaving Maysville 7:10 a. in. Sundays, August 26th, September 0th and 23d. Ootebor 7th and 21st, arriving at Natural Brldge, Ky., 11:15; returning, leave 5:30 p. m. Fare for round trip 1.50, Loek !lousteck"of Heating Steves! LEADERS !wffmKwmf4meM BROWN'S PALACE. The llnest evor shown in the city, bofero you buy. MWWWWMIMXHItlfWHwOUR Ne. 40 West Second Street, Maysville, Ky. If you knew an item kindly tell us about it. Every day we tell you what 'ire knew. Every day we knew that you Jmew things that we don't knew. And we knew that you knew that we don't knew It, and. still you don't tell us. ' , NERVITA PILLS k iv New, if ,you tell us what you knew then we'll tell what we knew and also what you knew, and then our roaders will knew what they knew and what we knew and also what you knew, and what we knew that you knew we knew you knew. W A nerve tonle and f mi. bleed builder. Brines PILLS , Iv"" " pmit riew te pnie TKIiKl'IIONtJ VAxaM' cuoeks unu restores uie nre et ventn. By mall CTS. SflVWN COe Der box. O boxes for 32.60, with ear bankable craarantee te euro or refund tha mane? rjaid. Bnml far rlrrnlnr and copy et enr bankable guarantee bend. 3 IP3 Restore Vitality, Lest Viger find Manhood Care Impetency.Nlglit Emission, Less et Hera ery, au wasting diseases, all oSects of Eelf.abnsc or oicesa and indiscretion. 60 FAVORITE OAKS. MONITOR HOT BLASTS. KJTSpcclul Itctortfer Slnek Ceal; 20th Century Laurel, with guaranteed tire pet, the llncht Belt coal stevo en tlie market. 3 MOORE'S AIRTIGHT. GOODWILL RADIATORS, OIHnMHHBHBBHHnHIHMMBanMBa A BOON TO MANKIND! D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE SO HO. 41 "WEST yiXONI) STUKKT. WILL OPEN TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2d. -- . & esoe reward: will py the above reward for any case of Complaint, Djrappsi. Slele lfeadaclie, JJrer or Oestlvenrsa we cannot Little Liver ere with Llverlta, the Tl I. wben the direction are itrlctly compiled ih They are pyrety Vegetable and never fall p. (five iuitl(artlen. He. boxes contain lOOIIUi, X-- . bexen contain l'llln, 5c. boxes contain 11 Wile. Beware et substitution and Imitations. "Mrt by malt. Stamp takes. NervIK Medleal ana Jaeke? t4r4te, f!hIee, ., &L. Vex t NervifaTablets (YELLOW EXTRA STRENGTH 1IHANCII SCHOOL OF- - in iii-- i of jj in rwrrK'jmi '" mr mv i i i label) Immediate Results auMTHW. Kyi. W a a br Jt$M.fri4 ,. -' ftee.Brjita'i PosltlrelT (rnaronteod euro for Less of Power, Varicecele, UndeTcloped or Shrunken Organs, St. Leuis, Me Paresis. Locemotor Ataxia, Norreas Prostra-WeHysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and tha We have decided te ereanlie and teach a school in thla city where ladles, both old and yeunir, Results of Excesilve Use of Tobacco, Oplem en can team Us cut, fit and mafce any garment worn by the family. We are prepared te teach you this Liquor. Bv mall in plain package, 81.00 a valuable trad as It should be taught; our teachers are all expert drmsmakersi the system K the some as usm by all tailor actual measure. iue rasniena are puuilsueu. Klvlng complete Insiruc box, e for ftfi.00 with ear bankable fruar-aatvarment worn We will Uena draf bona te cure In OO days c refnad raake and diagrams forladies'tlinr. every ice traae will eeby ladles, gentlemen and children.llve, Call a tailor, vest vaiaame te you art lung aa reu EBeasy jwUl. Address JOHN L. IllGIIARIMON at the acbeul and see tbe ssteai. Special Traveling Agent and Manager of BehoeM NERVSTA MEDICAL ") B. T. Cast, , Misa Ida Fakban, ) and Ottntenst.fttOifdn Set, CHICAGO, ILL? aiWBOK B. LOCKKABT, )Y Aaaietant Maaagers. Mis "ak HitAMM,SfeelaITeJieCT. f Miaa Ivuv Kcerr, ) SOX, DTBl4ft, J.P. JiaoeKS, Vermfe b J. JAS, WOOD M A.YMVUXB, XT. 3M Market IMreef, MeiUs 1'tilellM, n, ee ilrst-clas- Werk's Garment Cutter, The Great TAILOR LADIES' SYSTEM CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL arid EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CUt CO. TUC,!V. WHERE ALL OTHERS 'HAVE FA LED. MAIL, 7S CCHTi;,OTTLE, (K) Ci;NTil. , w- tf.. '..'d .M . . If .T. .TAB. .... 'wnnn1 '1.3 Jk --. urn -.-- .. ' , mvn-.- iu. w - , t .J &jmmSStl ".ali N t!3fflB(Sii .?& -- 1 " :w tr.f ''ftfT" "! ,'J, t$b$l y&i4&k ifl'YJt' ,'"("'" t. :i .'.,' ijiv miw d.H.' i?, V f 1 Vi '..i .t? mwn 'jnn'juitea'.tanaRiKiis j .jkb t ,'ramvriKT.ndKi. jflwwiatirtAirsfsa a - T wC vWAt"'fctfln